Compliance a Priority, But C&E Leaders Face Hurdles
Corporate compliance and ethics programs are largely driven by a need to safeguard a company's reputation, but in-house compliance leaders are facing hurdles when it comes to resources and policy management, according to the "2013 Global Compliance and Ethics Benchmarking Survey."
By Catherine Dunn|May 28, 2013
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